LearnHow Businesses Can End Human Trafficking

UnderstandHuman Trafficking

Human trafficking is modern slavery – for purposes of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, or organ trafficking. It is an evil that profits billions of dollars and enslaves millions of souls.

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LearnHow To End It

The business community is uniquely positioned to end human trafficking. Discover how by exploring the resources below.

Engage Together® Business Toolkit

The Engage Together® Business Toolkit is designed to help you explore all the innovative ways companies and business professionals can engage to make a difference. This Toolkit has been developed specifically for the business community with input from experts serving in the field. It is filled with ideas on how to enhance your existing efforts, how to come alongside those already serving those in need, and how to create something new to fill a gap.

Discover how your unique strengths and interests – as a global corporation, small business, or business professional – are exactly what is needed to end trafficking in your community and in our world.

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Occupational Profiles

Take a look at these examples of a variety of occupations and the ways they can work to end human trafficking right where they are.


Lauren is a barista at the local coffee shop. Lauren’s commute to work is often uneventful, but…
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Business Traveler

Molly begins her day by taking an early train to the airport. As she walks into the bathroom…
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Construction Foreman

Sam is a construction foreman who recently learned about the issue…
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Counseling & Social Work

Springfield Family Services is a nonprofit serving familial and behavioral…
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Independent Sales Consultant

Sarah is an independent consultant for a clothing company. She recently learned…
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Zach and Sasha have two school age children Tim (11) and Amy (14). Zach works at a tech company…
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Small Business Owner

Miguel owns a restaurant on Main Street in his town. One of his regular customers has asked
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Soup Kitchen Volunteer

Ian and Tasha are volunteers at the local soup kitchen. Ian is a chef by trade and Tasha…
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Wendy is a high school history teacher. She is very engaged with her students and with her school…
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Youth Pastor

Jason is a youth pastor at his church. His church has recently become aware of human trafficking and…
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